Current sermon series "Daniel: Thriving in Babylon"
Worship at Oxlip is a fun blend of heartfelt singing, Bible based teaching, and family activities. Our awe of who God is increases as we worship together, singing stirs our heart with spiritual fire, and God continues to transform our lives.
Teaching from God's word helps us pursue all the fullness of God, grow in maturity, and encourages the use of spiritual gifts in the life of the Church.
Music is varied, with an eclectic combination of fresh contemporary tunes and traditional hymns. The worship team is not the focus. Instead, they direct people to the Focus - Jesus Christ Himself.
Family activities involve children in regularly scheduled story time, and adults engage in interactive application of the morning's teaching in a fresh and relevant way.
In Daniel, we meet a man forced to live in a fast-changing and godless society. He faced fears about the future, concern for his safety, and discouragement as the world seemed to be falling apart. Sound familiar?
With the power of hope, humility, and wisdom, he not only thrived, but he changed an empire. Though he lived thousands of years ago, we can still learn much from him today.
Our Summer series, Thrive: Daniel, is loosely based on the popular book by Larry Osborne.
We hope you will join us.